Is “Yeontan” The Next ‘Member’ To Appear On The Cover Of “Rolling Stone” Magazine


BTS have appeared on the cover of the June Issue of “Rolling Stone” together as a band and have had individual covers where they talked more in-depth about different aspects of their lives, thoughts on life in general and even the memories of times past. BTS ARMYs are a creative bunch, they always come up with creative art work, pieces, music, items that are made out of fun or as a celebration of the BTS members.

One of the best artistic talents of ARMY is to recreate or create magazine covers that have fooled quite a few people thinking that they are the real deal. Their editing skills are unmatched! Recently after BTS appeared on the cover of “Rolling Stone” a BTS fan @gtgt_1991_created a “Rolling Stone” cover edit of Yeontan, BTS V’s dog.

The fan tweeted the Rolling Stone Cover of Yeontan with the caption “Rolling Stone, Did you forget the 8th member?” to which Rolling Stone reacted by retweeting the tweet with three heart eyes emojis and the hashtag #BTSXRollingStone

Yeontan  also known as Tan, Tannie or Kim Yeontan is a black-and-tan Pomeranian dog that belongs to BTS’ V. Yeontan has been a big part of BTS’ life that he has been seen playing with all the members at one time or the other.

BTS’ V and Yeontan

Yeontan was first shown on December 4, 2017, in Jin’s Birthday V LIVE. He is a male dog that used to live with BTS; however, due to their busy schedule, V was not always able to take care of him, so he lives with V’s parents. Yeontan is an adorable, cute, cuddly and small dog and is very close to all the members.

BTS V with Yeontan

BTS j-hope with Yeontan

BTS SUGA with Yeontan

BTS Jimin with Yeontan

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